Lebanon Humanitarian Emergency

Adolescent girls play a clapping game.
UNFPA/Sima Diab

Lebanon continues to host Syrian refugees. This has been a reality for over five years since the beginning of the Syria conflict. In Lebanon, the challenges are increasing - economically, socially, demographically, politically, and in peace and security. UNFPA is serving the affected population by providing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services and preventing and responding to gender based violence (GBV)

Country Population: 5.9 mil
Level of Crisis:
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

Humanitarian needs

3.31 million
926,656
118,000
860,467
Last updated on - 01 January 2016
UNFPA/David Brunetti

Humanitarian funding

Resources in $

Key results2017

  • People Reached
    Total people reached with all types of SRH services
    144,000
    People reached with Dignity Kits
    2,100
    Total people reached with Adolescent SRH
    23,040
    Total people reached with all types of GBV services
    33,790
    Affected population who directly benefited from all types of emergency RH kits
    44,000
    GBV survivors reached
    3,368
    Affected population reached with Family Planning services
    82,500
  • Services delivered
    Number of mobile clinics
    2
    Number of safe spaces
    15
    Number of service delivery points supported that provide clinical management of rape
    43
    Dignity Kits distributed
    17,000
  • Capacity building
    Personnel trained on Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care
    83
    Personnel trained on clinical management of rape
    86
    Health personnel trained on gender-based violence case management
    12

Emergencies updates and resources

Disclaimer
  • Results data are reported and updated as they become available.
  • - Targets and UNFPA's populations of concern, including women of reproductive age and pregnant women, are estimated using the MISP calculator.
  • - Funding estimates are based on country planning processes, including inter-agency humanitarian response plans and regional refugee and resilience plans.
  • L1: Humanitarian crises in which the national and international resources available in the affected country are sufficient for the required response.
  • L2: Humanitarian crises requiring significant support from neighbouring countries, regional organizations and possibly humanitarian agency headquarters.
  • L3: Major, sudden-onset humanitarian crises requiring mobilization across the humanitarian system.
  • Crisis levels are determined by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee, a forum of UN and non-UN humanitarian partners.